'Actress, presenter and Celebrity MasterChef winner Nadia Sawalha spent 30 years yo-yo dieting until she learned to stop feeling guilty and enjoy food - then the pounds fell away...yummy home-cooking from her new book, which helped her lose three stone and keep it off' Mail on Sunday YOU magazine'BBC MasterChef winner Nadia Sawalha makes meal-planning easy, with her healthy recipes and advice for breakfast, lunch and dinner.' BBC Good Food'Eat yourself slim! Nadia Sawalha's delicious new recipes are good for your waistline and taste delicious.' Best'The recipes in Nadia Sawalha's new book may be healthy but they also show a touch of indulgence. From risotto with seared scallops to baked peaches with honey-roasted almonds, these are dishes of a dedicated food lover. So the book is not so much a diet as a guide to guilt-free eating. As well as sharing her favourite figure-friendly recipes and tips, Nadia talks about her relationship with food, which may strike a chord with calorie-counters who tell themselves leftovers don't count.' Hello! magazine'Celebrity MasterChef winner Nadia Sawalha has provided more than 100 recipes, personal anecdotes and tips in her new book Greedy Girl's Diet. Nadia has taken a very personal approach to weight loss and offers the 'real woman's answer to a happy, healthier, and slimmer body' and the recipes in this book are presented in a fun, easygoing style.'Choice magazine'Must Read: Former Celebrity MasterChef winner Nadia Sawalha has released the Greedy Girl's Diet, packed full of tasty, figure-friendly recipes.' Saturday Daily Express
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About the Author
Nadia Sawalha rose to fame in the 1990s when she played Annie Palmer in the BBC soap opera Eastenders. In 2007 she won Celebrity Masterchef and went on to host the children's version of the show, Junior Masterchef. She is a regular guest chef and host on the ITV Breakfast programme Lorraine.